The Committee on the Administration of Justice has published this briefing note by Prof Rory O'Connell. In this note Rory examines the UK's Bill of Rights Bill and its clause 5 on positive obligations. According to the note's overview:
The Bill of Rights Bill contains some provisions that are theatrical and legally meaningless, but it also contains provisions that will harm the protection of human rights. One of the more harmful provisions is Clause 5 on positive obligations. The changes could affect those seeking an independent effective investigation into the deaths of family members, victims of domestic violence, child neglect, human trafficking, and victims of crime, among many others.